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In his first day back on the ice in Ottawa Senators defenceman Erik Karlsson said his left leg feels fine and won’t hinder his game this season.
Ottawa Senators defenceman Erik Karlsson skated here Monday for the first time since last spring’s playoffs and said he was feeling just fine thanks very much.
And so only weeks before NHL training camps begin fans of the team keep their fingers crossed — with good reason.
It’s probably fair to say that as Karlsson goes this season so go the Senators.
Just six months ago Karlsson’s left Achilles tendon was partially severed in a Feb. 13 game in Pittsburgh when Matt Cooke pinned him against the boards and cut him with his left skate.
Karlsson was supposed to be gone for the season but he returned 10 weeks after he was injured to play three regular-season games and 10 games in two playoff series.
After the Senators were eliminated by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the second round Karlsson conceded he was not 100 per cent recovered from the...
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Ottawa Senators fans were abuzz after former team captain Daniel Alfredsson was spotted at Bell Sensplex wearing the jersey of his former team during an informal skate. Alfredsson, 40, was a lifelong Senator until having a bad split with the team and signing with the Detroit Red Wings in July. He was drafted by the […]
The press-doesn't-speak-to-Alfie rule must have applied as Red Wings forward Daniel Alfredsson made an appearance at the Bell Sensplex today wearing Ottawa Senators gear and an Ottawa Senators practice jersey, annoying more than a few media and fans. Instead of Alfredsson speaking with the media, what I've got for you is Erik Karlsson telling the Canadian Press that he'...
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I guess this is supposed to qualify as news, but Daniel Alfredsson apparently skated today at the Bell Sensplex wearing one of his old Senators-issued practice jerseys.
After what can only be described as a tumultuous four weeks from a public relations standpoint, you can understand why today’s event may stick in the craw of fans who can’t...